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of some sort. it doesn't usually give you the full name. it addresses some of the concerns that avalos is alluding to and whether or not it could be a compromise. >> supervisor breed? >> yes, thank you, i just -- have a problem with them wearing the id. some of the establishments seem to face. someone who frequents places like massage places and nail places and other places oftentimes sz quite confusing and you don't know necessarily if an actual license belongs to an actual individual. i wanted to make sure that there is a legislation that was meant in terms of may not necessarily be for the can you see mer but if there is a challenge or audit or ever anything done to try and figure out if the establishment is credible then having the actual id on the person and identifying that person with the number with what's meant to be a safe guard. i just wanted to get clarity to make sure by changes and requiring that it be on the premises i think it required bylaw then how does this policy going to be effective to serve the purpose of stopping those who are abusive in the industry? >> superv
would like to move on with our program and welcome john avalos to present the remainder of our awards. we would like to mentioned that supervisor john avalos is a true kayaki chicano. >> (speaking spanish.) >> (clapping). >> i'm john avalos i'm in the board of supervisors representing third district third generation of mexicans. that's where my grand parents came from any said the names of those places. it's an honor and proij privilege to represent my community on the board of supervisors sow and to hear the stage with supervisor david coming past and also in the room is richard to share the stage with her husband is here and many, many more in the community. this is not something i've ever dreamed of doing in san francisco that i'd like be able to represent this community >> (speaking spanish.) >> my parents did not graduate from colleges they graduated from high school. my parents sacrificed their education to make sure that i could go on to finish high school and to go on to college and those great sacrifices i recognize. we have seen so many great leaders that have come up o
you to john avalos and the entire community to worked to make sure we have no longer a relationship with immigration here 90 in san francisco. >> (speaking spanish.) >> we also have heard from ed lee the mayor thank you for being here because we are closing the accomplishment gap and missions schools have a wait list people trying to goat into those schools. >> (speaking spanish.) >> but before i mention i bring the students such as we've accomplished as a community we have some struggles and challenges the biggest challenge right now is people in the mission especially but throughout san francisco working people in latino are being pushed out of this place in the city and county of san francisco. >> (speaking spanish.) >> so i hope that as we move forward we keep the middle income people in san francisco especially our cabinet latino families (clapping) >> (speaking spanish.) >> so i'll call some amazing young people beginning with marvin. so marvin miss diaz says he's articulate and loves to take on leadership roles from the classroom marvin moved here last year from h
that supervisor avalos. i would liquor to see a commitment from the sheriff's department before we approve this retroactive extension. i have a lot of flipal issues. through collect call charges it's sad thought city and county of san francisco mrarpts in that. we give back over 50 of what they spend but it's a separate policy decision. but i get it i think it's slight a better program but there's severe under spending in terms of the proceeds and i want to see some of that go back to subsidizing those calls. i want to security commitment from the sheriff's department. supervisor avalos. >> thank you. i appreciate that question. there were a number of ways to support inmates in the jail system and it seemed like there's not unify effort applied to that. brooe from the sheriff's department was hero we made a request to put forth the fund to reduce the cost of the calls but there wasn't a commitment. i would submit a greater push for real commitment on behalf of the sheriff's department to lower the cost of calls. so if we want to continue legislation i'd be happy to do that >> mr. control
call. >> supervisor avalos? >> just a question about the legislation that i'm hoping the author could answer and that is, the rational for requiring massage practitioner from san francisco to wear id cards and what was the rational behind that and can we get input from organizations that get harm reduction outreach from people who are massage therapist and people who are potentially in the industry? >> currently understate and local law you are required to have your photo identification practitioner are license on the premises. the rational was to make it easier to see them very easily. some non-profit organizations who are part of the mayor's task force on human trafficking that we know are legitimate partners and we have asked them about this. they said it would not negatively impact their ability to conduct business or feel it would jeopardize their safety. if you go e to get a haircut or other personal beauty for other types of services you know your hairdresser by name and other practitioner by their name. that's how you actually go and seek regular services. we do not feel it w
county, transportation authority, my name is john avalos the chair of the authority. and our clerk today is erika cheng and we are broadcast today by sfgtv staff. and thank you for your service. madam clerk, could you please call the roll. >> roll call. >> commissioner avalos? >> present. >> commissioner breed? >> here. >> campos? >> absent. >> chiu? >> present. >> cohen? >> present. >> ferrill. >> present. >> commissioner kim? >> kim absent. >> commissioner mar? >> mar absent. >> commissioner tang? >> present. >> commissioner weiner? >> present. >> yee. >> present. >> commissioner kim. >> present. we have a quorum. >> item two, approve the minutes of the minutes of october, 22, 2013. this is action item. >> any comments on the minutes? >> seeing none, any member of the public like to comment, we will close public comment. and quickly, we will have a roll call vote. >> commissioner avalos? >> aye. >> breed? >> aye. >> campos >> absent. >> chiu? >> chiu, aye. >> cohen? >> aye. >> far ill. >> aye. >> kim. >> aye. >> mar, absent. >> tang? >> aye. >> weiner? >> aye. >> commissioner yee? >> a
. supervisor avalos. yes, thank you for your prevention. there was a lawsuit that was done by s and s trucking to the city and i believe it was based on it has been resolved because we got the contract and i heard the concerns about s and s not paying prevailing wage and their truckers are dependent contractors. i'm wondering what assures we have that this company is meeting the standards we have as a city. so we have s and s truck but we have ron to talk specifically about this line >> supervisor ron from the city attorney's office. the first one was about a lawsuit there wasn't a lawsuit at first, it came to the board to be approved and that does not get approved and a s and s sued and under the charter provision 918 b this cowered had no authority. this extension would put it it above the authority so the lawsuit is an old matter. as for praefl wages at the time the contract was under 21 c 5 for hall and a sludge and it required that the employees be paid praefl wages. the law changed that any individual who hauled be - it not be applied to other contracts it is amended and only applies to
. supervisor avalos. supervisor breed. i. sxhooi. i. supervisor cowen. absent. supervisor kim. i. supervisor tang. i. supervisor weiner. i. supervisor yee. there are 9 i's. the resolutions are adapted madam clerk can you read the memoriams. today's month to month will be jrpd on above the supervisor avalos on above the supervisor cowen for charles. on behalf of supervisor farrell. and on behalf of staupg and on behalf of sxhimz and on above the board of supervisors >> and are there any more business before the board. >> no mr. president, that concludes the business. >> ladies and gentlemen, we're . >> good morning everyone. welcome to the san francisco board of supervisors budget and finance committee meeting for november 20, 2013. i am supervisor farrell and i will be chairing this committee and joined by supervisor avalos and we will joined by eric mar and i want to thank sfgtv and as well as the clerk of the committee linda wong -- sorry, madam clerk do we have any announcements. >> yes mr. chair. please silence all cell phones and complete speaker cards and documents to be part of
. >> supervisor avalos? >> here. >> avalos, present. supervisor breed. >> here. >> supervisor campos. er >> present. >> chiu. >> present. >> supervisor farrell? >> present. >> supervisor kim? >> kim absent. supervisor mar, mar present. >> supervisor tang. >> present. >> tang, present. >> supervisor wiener, wiener present. supervisor yee, yee present. mr. president, you have a quorum. >> can you please join us in the pledge of allegiance. (pledge of allegiance). >> i pledge allegiance to the flag of the united states of america and to the republic for which it stands one nation under god, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. >> colleagues, we have up to the 22nd, 2013 board minute meetings, motion by supervisor mar, second by supervisor breed, they are approved. madam clerk, any communications? >> no communications today. >> can you read our 2 p.m. special order. >> it is the policy discussion between mayor edwin lea representing the odd districts, distributes 1 and 3, the board may address initially up to 3 minutes, the supervisor will present their own question to the mayor, f
. supervisor tang? aye. supervisor wiener, aye, supervisor yee, aye. supervisor avalos? avalos, aye. there are 11 ayes. >> madam clerk, can you read the in memoriam >> >> today's meeting will be adjourned by the memory of the beloved individual, on supervisor cohen, dpr the late officer michael howard. sxfrjts do we have anymore business in front of the board. >> that concludes our business before the board today, mr. president. >> we hope everyone has a wonderful thank giving. we are adjourned before the board. (gavel). (meeting is adjourned). >> good morning, today is tuesday, november 26th, 2013, welcome to the san francisco county, transportation authority, my name is john avalos the chair of the authority. and our clerk today is erika cheng and we are broadcast today by sfgtv staff. and thank you for your service. madam clerk, could you please call the roll. >> roll call. >> commissioner avalos? >> present. >> commissioner breed? >> here. >> campos? >> absent. >> chiu? >> present. >> cohen? >> present. >> ferrill. >> present. >> commissioner kim? >> kim absent. >> commissioner
avalos and george will be here shortly. and then i also see jeff our public defenders public defender for being here that you are ladies and gentlemen, we're also very rich with latino leaders in our department and to name some of them on behalf of the whole city people like lou our librarian and our director of public health and rich the superintendent of our school district. yes (clapping) and i i know i'm going to miss a few but i want to single out those i've worked with closely and we have so many things going on that i'm proud of. we have a lot to celebrate. this year has been a year of success and there's so much it's going on. you may already know who important chiropractics of our california latino community it's one of the most faster growing populations if the state of california. its also a very young population. and i'm looking around the countryside you're all younger than manufacture me. tonight is a special occasion to celebrate our youth in san francisco because you represent the 1 hundred percent of our city. so i'm glad to be here tonight. guess what we've been able
a couple of things passed. the first was supervisor avalos that would create medical cannery dispensary and the second was the supervisor avalos companion ordinance which requires the commission to bring a report on the cd regulations in san francisco. but only as that permanence to planning and land use. it's been amended our previous deadline for your commission was by january and the new deadline is may. at this point stiff buildings we'll be able to bring the draft report in january. there were a number of new ordinances i want to share. the first would amend the alcohol use district and this would allow a certain type of bucolic 0 license for a winegrower. the second ordinance, of course, the first one was introduced by supervisor cowen and the second was was a new acholic beverage riefk district. the third is proposed charter amendment that was introduced by supervisor avalos, mar kim and yee. it's the entity amendment that would make comfortably entity a core goal of the agency. also there was a hearing request about the status you have infrastructure oversight. we've been involv
to the transportation authority. i'm john avalos, the chair of the transportation authority. our clerk of today will be vanessa and i want to thank sfgtv staff for broadcasting the meeting. that's charles and thank you for your service. madam clerk will you call the roll. >> taking roll call. >> commissioner avalos. >> present. >> commissioner wiener. >> absent. >> commissioner breed. >> here. >> commissioner campos. >> here. >> commissioner chiu. >> here. >> commissioner cohen. >> here. >> commission are farrel. >> present. >> commissioner kim. >> mr. kim absent. >> commissioner mar. >> here. >> tang. >> present. >> commissioner yee. >> yee is absent. >> thank you very much. colleagues, commissioner wiener has had to go back east for a family matter and would like to excuse his absence. can i make a motion from supervisor farrel and campos and we'll take that out objection. thank you: madam clerk please call the next item. approve the minutes of the september 24, 2013 meeting.. >> colleagues any comments on the minutes. >> seeing none. we'll go to public comment. anyone of the public lik
. >> yes, mr. president. supervisor avalos. present. supervisor breed, here, campos present, president chiu, present, supervisor cohen, present, supervisor ferrel, present, supervisor kim, present, supervisor mar? mar present, supervisor tang, present, wiener, yee present. >> thank you, ladies and gentlemen, please join us in the pledge of allegiance. pledge of allegiance. >> colleagues we have or board minutes from october 1, 2013. those meetings are approved. >> madam clerk initiation communications? >> there is no communications. >> items 1 through 11. they may heard separately if anyone questions. >> call the roll. >> [roll call vote taken] there are 11 ayes. >> those motions are passed. item 12. >> the clerk: item 130940: [contract agreement - ips group, inc. - award of single-space parking meter procurement and support services - not to exceed $54,000,000] sponsor: avalos resolution authorizing the municipal transportation agency to enter into an agreement with ips group, inc., for the procurement of single-space parking meters and support services, for an amount not to exceed $54,
there was a lot of other planning things on the board. on it's full board meeting supervisor avalos was approved on first reading. to replace the parking with maximum controls prohibit uses as well as to start to put in place a buffer between medical dispenses. and the most controversial was the controlled. this commission had a recommendation that the commission recommended a c u instead of prohibiting them out right. the supervisor did in his ordinance and it was approved on first reading. also supervisor avalos report to have to the board of supervisors for the medical canneries. this ordinance will require the report to be given to the board and although this ordinance is not law we've known about avalos requests and it's on the december 5th calendar. this week supervisor campos said this needs more time for outreach and it was amended to the deadline of may 1st. this commission could submit a report earlier. we have the outreach strategy and quid input for more information. this is additional unfunded work and we'll appreciate our support. there were a couple of appeals the first was for 10
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